- The Duke of Sussex flew on a British Airline flight to Vancouver
- Harry had been in England while Meghan and son Archie were in Canada for about a week
- The prince looked happy as he could not wait to start a new life with his family
- Both him and his wife abandoned the royal life saying they wanted to live like commoners
The Duke of Sussex is getting on with life after downing his roles as the Prince to the English Monarch.
The father of one traveled like a commoner from England on a British Airlines flight to Canada on Tuesday, January 21.
According to TMZ, he looked just like any other normal guy as he landed at the Vancouver International airport which is said to be a few kilometers from Vancouver Island where Meghan and son Archie have been staying.
He later flew on a commuter jet to the Island where he reunited with his wife and son.
Harry traveled low-key, wearing a puffer jacket and a dark marvin not trying to attract too much attention to himself.
He looked happy as he could not wait to start a new life with his family which he described would be more peaceful than the one he rejected.
It should be noted that the young family was stripped of the His and Her Highness royal titles but will keep their Duke and Duchess titles.
Harry while speaking at a charity dinner on Sunday, January 19, said he and Meghan had no choice but to step back.
He revealed the decision was not taken lightly and it was with "great sadness" that it had come to that.
The pair is also set to lose the royal funding after making the controversial decision which was said to have divided the royal family.
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